The Veritaseum initial token offering has ended but Veritas tokens can be purchased through a decentralized token exchange, Etherdelta, here.
The Veritaseum community is fairly effervescent. Here is a community-authored tutorial on purchasing Veritaseum on the decentralized exchange.
Our community has also produced a tutorial video on purchasing Veritaseum on the decentralized exchange Etherdelta.
Veritaseum does not own, control nor have any affiliation with the Etherdelta property, but it is autonomous, ie. you maintain control of your private keys (it is decentralized, owned by you - the user). We find the premise of trading token properties without relinquishing ownership of your private keys (autonomy vs. heteronomy) to be essential to the business ethos of Veritaseum. We are considering directing some of our own entity resources to improve the user experience, user interface and performance of this exchange (or forking it outright) while keeping it open source and autonomous. Click here to learn more about the concept of autonomy and the elimination or all middlemen! In the meantime please enjoy your trading and value transfer.
We also wish to thank all who have participated in crowdsale. We anticipate traditional, centralized exchanges to list the Veritaseum token (VERI) by July 2017.
A long form, interactive presentation can be found here in the form of a virtual roadshow - Informational Presentation. To get the most out of such a dense offering, be sure to make use of the interactive table of contents on the 2nd slide, and please click through all of the videos, links to download the various documents and take your time to read and understand what Veritas is and is not, and what Veritaseum is and plans to be.